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About Us

There are five of us on the organising committee, all volunteers. We are ably assisted by many festival helpers without whom the event would not happen. 

Our wish is to create a festival that we ourselves would like to go to, where we can combine our passion for reading with a great weekend away. We love meeting other book club members and book lovers and comparing notes. We want to meet the writers to hear about their work and to hear about what they like to read. We want to get ideas for reading lists and tips on approaching new material. Most of all we want to celebrate reading.

Organising Committee

Mary Kenneally is an accounts administrator and a book club member since 2001.

Paula Sheils is an administrator in a third level college and she has worked in the financial services and aviation sectors as a personal assistant.

Mary Donnelly is a Public Health Nurse with a keen interest in development of community based projects and has been a book club member since 2001.

Cathy McDermott has worked in Administration for 10 years with Aer Lingus Roche Ireland, Swartz Pharma and the DAA. She is Executive Co-Ordinator for Chartered Accountants Ireland Midwest Society.

Ann Knox has been involved in facilitating learning for many years at second level, primary level and for the past 10 years in Adult Education.

Mary Kenneally Paula Sheils Mary Donnelly

Cathy McDermott Ann Knox

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Dates for next festival

6 – 8 March 2015

2014 festival photos

Now up on the Gallery.

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